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... know pssshhhttt, ffffwwwwwaaaa, and shhheeshhhhed. after we ran the the nearest available restaurant that was completely full of drenched coated people gulping down food like there was no tomorrow. I can't say we didn't look the same. After eating, we went down to West YellowStone which, I think, is a horrible name because its not even in YellowStone. We saw some cheap ****** outlets that mom and dad wanted go to. Got some ice cream, looked in a cool rock shop, and ...
Reason for trip was to visit Jake at Turning Point Centers. Arrived Sunday afternoon 6/8. Visited Jake at the center in Sandy, Utah during family visitation. Fantastic mountain and nature views. Lodging at Sheraton Salt Lake City. Monday am bike rental. Decadent waffle at Bruges Waffles and Frites. Followed the published city tour with extension up City Creek Canyon - 15.5 miles total. Nice swim in the Sheraton outdoor pool. Session with Jake and therapist ...
... and it appeared to be a very good way to go.
We woke up early Saturday morning, loaded 5 suitcases, two carseats, a stroller, 3 carryons, and a diaper bag into the car and headed to the airport. In hindsight, I would have left Maya's carseat behind because we never used it and it was just one extra thing to lug through the airport. The five of us were easily cleared on our Delta flight to Las Vegas and when we ...
I loved Salt Lake City. I met some amazing people here.
I walked around for a few with Gracie. Checking out the Temple and whatnot. Had some lunch.
Then I met Reed.
He showed me around the city and gave me SO MUCH information. He has lived there for 80 years, and he was a History teacher for a lot of them and a Principal for even more.
Then I met Ashley and Jeff. We hit it off ...
... At last the Country stations were playing some decent tunes. The musical soundtrack on this journey has been disappointing. The Playlist for all the stations is very limited, and if I hear 'Cowboys and Angels' by a Warbler called Dustin Lynch, one more tIme I am going to start screaming, which of course I can do on a solo Road Trip with no-one to annoy. Perhaps Dustin could live up to his name and put us all out of our miseries? Every trip there is a song which ...